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10 Totally Groovy Gadgets Sold on TV in the ’60s and ’70s

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If you were a kid growing up during the 1960s and 1970s, you were limited to just a few choices when it came to watching television. …

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Has Anyone Ever Won the Powerball Online?

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The trend of people playing Powerball online has increased over the years. Many people find that playing the lottery online fits more easily into their busy schedules, especially …

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7 Gift Cards You Should Actually Buy For Yourself

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Gift cards are something a lot of us fall back on when it’s time to give presents to those we care about, from close friends and …

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Tech Tips to Travel Safely: The Latest Insights from Tech & Travel Experts

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With summer around the corner and the winter blues finally melting away, vacations are on everyone’s minds. But along with the buzz of travel, the summer …

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Top 9 Allergen Friendly Basil Pesto Recipe

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Discover a delightful top 9 allergen friendly twist on traditional pesto with this homemade recipe that’s not only dairy-free but also nut-free. Elevate your gluten free …

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Should You Sleep With Your Bedroom Window Open?

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It’s no secret that everyone has their unique preferences for sleeping. In fact, there are so many variables that can go into what makes for a …

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Guide to Big Sky Resort with Kids

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If you are looking forward to a skiing or snowboarding vacation in Big Sky, Montana with your family, this is the ultimate guide! Learn where to …

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Dreaming of the SEAnic route? Here’s How Much a Boat Will Cost You

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While boats can run from $200 for a small kayak to upwards of $15 million for a luxury yacht, the average cost of a new boat …

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How to Take the Anxiety Out of Asking for Antidepressants – And What You Should Know Before Starting Antidepressants

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When you’re depressed, seemingly small tasks or activities like brushing your teeth, cooking your favorite carbonara or grabbing after-work drinks can feel like an enormous hurdle. …

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The 10 Most Unlikable TV Show Characters Ever

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Love to hate them or just plain hate them, TV’s most unlikable characters are the eye-rollers, the sigh-inducers, the “oh, not this guy again” stalwarts of …

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8 of the Greatest Trolls Throughout History

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Acts of trolling are great as long as you’re not the one being targeted. The very act of trolling pays homage to the spirit of mischief. …

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The 2024 ISA Changes: What Investors Need to Know

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ISAs are changing again and so are your tax-free allowances for dividends and gains. Here’s what you need to know about April’s changes Significant changes are …

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Ingested Microplastics Can Move From the Gut to the Brain & Other Organs, Study Finds

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Studies have recently detected microplastics in human lungs and blood, and previous research shows humans ingest and inhale many microplastics even at home. In 2020, scientists …

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Europe Removed Record Number of Dams & Other Barriers to River Flow in 2023

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In 2023, Europe removed a record 487 dams and other river barriers, according to a new report by Dam Removal Europe (DRE), a coalition of organizations …

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Mother of Appetizers: The Spread (Mascarpone Board with Balsamic Strawberries)

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  The Spread (Mascarpone Board with Balsamic Strawberries) Is your mind in the gutter?  Bring it back to the kitchen! It is time for a Mascarpone …

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Your Daily Horoscope for April. 19, According to ChatGPT

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Each day, we ask ChatGPT to look at what the stars hold in store for each Zodiac sign. Here’s what the AI engine had to say …

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6 Tips For Increasing Website Traffic Organically With Free Tools

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Organic traffic is a cornerstone for growing long term and establishing trust and credibility for e-commerce and small businesses. Search engines like Google serve as the …

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The 9 Most Common Regrets of the Elderly and Dying

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When we’re young, we’re told to work and strive tirelessly to achieve our dreams and career goals. Whether fueled by societal expectations, personal ambition, or the …

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These 8 Countries in Europe Have a Higher Minimum Wage than the US

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When it comes to earning a living, the stark differences in minimum wage laws can be a deciding factor for people contemplating a move abroad. For …

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This Was the Highest Selling Album the Year You Were Born

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We all have a great fondness for the music we heard as toddlers. Indeed, it’s hard to hate “C Is for Cookie” if it was a …

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6 Tips For Increasing Website Traffic Organically With Free Tools

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Organic traffic is a cornerstone for growing long term and establishing trust and credibility for e-commerce and small businesses. Search engines like Google serve as the …

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21 Eco-Friendly Beauty Buys That Are Perfect Earth Day Splurges

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April is Earth Month, so what better time to stock up on your sustainable favorites and discover some new green beauty buys? I found some real …

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Fluffy Gluten-Free Banana Cake Recipe Will End All Future Searches

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If you are looking for a gluten-free banana cake recipe to end all future searches, one with a perfect rise, doesn’t sink after cooling, and has …

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Where Reading is More (& Less) Popular

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It’s National Libraries Week in the United States and to mark it we’re looking at readership patterns around the world. As data from Statista’s Consumer Insights …

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Study Finds Climate Change Is Likely Impacting Marine Life More Than Previously Thought

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The impacts of climate change on marine life, from rising sea surface temperatures to ocean acidification, have long been studied, but new research is shedding light …

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How Much of Student Loans Has Biden Cancelled?

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The Biden-Harris administration today announced the cancelation of another $7.4 billion of federal student debt affecting more than 200,000 borrowers. This brings the total amount of …

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Who’s to Blame for the US Fentanyl Crisis?

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While China has long been criticized for its failure to crack down on Chinese companies producing fentanyl precursors that often end up in Mexican drug labs, …

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Which Gift Cards Charge Activation Fees?

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You should not pay tax when you purchase a gift card. Gift cards are not considered a taxable good. If you buy taxable goods with a …

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Understanding CapEx For Landlords – “It’s Not Rocket Surgery”

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The Big Picture On CapEx For Landlords: Capital expenditures are significant investments for maintaining and improving your rental property’s long-term value. Disregarding capex in your forecasting …

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What Size Weighted Blanket Should You Get?

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Who doesn’t love a weighted blanket? Aside from the coziness of these blankets, they also promote better sleep and relieve stress thanks to their use of …